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Poster: SkyDawg Date: Nov 29, 2009 6:20pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Keep on rolling by.........

Yup, it's called "Keep Rolling By". There is a version on the "Birth Of The Dead" CD, disc 2 "The Live Sides" recorded at unknown venue, San Francisco, date unknown. Since Bill Graham's voice is heard at the end, it most certainly is from the Fillmore Auditorium. After the song Jerry announces that the Jefferson Airplane are coming on, a common occurrence in 1966 when the two bands were often on the same show.

http://www.rhapsody.com/the-grateful-dead/the-golden-road-1965-1973

This post was modified by SkyDawg on 2009-11-30 02:20:56

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Poster: Dhamma1 Date: Nov 29, 2009 6:14pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Keep on rolling by.........

According to Alex Allen's GD Songfinder at http://www3.clearlight.com/~acsa/intro.htm , it was only played this one time. Allen gives the lyrics here:
http://www3.clearlight.com/~acsa/introjs.htm?/~acsa/songfile/KEEPROLL.HTM

Other details are apparently lost in the mists of history, since the liner notes on Birth of the Dead say,

"The tracks on the second disc come from the Dead's vaults and from a variety of shows, some of which are unclear (hey, even the experts don't know it all). They're either incredibly rare - Garcia's "Standing On The Corner" or the folk song "In The Pines" - or classy, like "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue." The Dead may have grown more sophisticated over the next 29 years, but it's a treat to hear them as babies, still ripe with the first promise of a long and wonderful career. -Dennis McNally & Lou Tambakos"

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Poster: hippie64 Date: Nov 29, 2009 6:59pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Keep on rolling by.........

Thank you Dhamma 1 Links and all, Wow-ze-Wow-Wow I'm diggin it, Now where in the Heck did I leave Santa's e-mail so I can tell him I'm not such a bad cat and would love Birth of the Dead.

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Poster: hippie64 Date: Nov 29, 2009 6:51pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Keep on rolling by.........

Thanx a ton SkyDawg I figured it was on a commercial release because of the lack of info I found on it. Now Santa and I have to have a little chat. I wonder though How do I rate? Peace to you !

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Poster: SkyDawg Date: Nov 29, 2009 8:49pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Keep on rolling by.........

If you are interested in GD rarities circa 1966, I also recommend checking this one out.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rare_Cuts_and_Oddities_1966

This post was modified by SkyDawg on 2009-11-30 04:49:58

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Poster: hippie64 Date: Nov 29, 2009 9:04pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Keep on rolling by.........

And to think I was under the impression that Steve "Guitar" Miller was the original Gangster of Love, No wonder he's a Joker.(only joking myself,I love the guy) Johnny "Guitar" Watson owned the handle first. Wow I got a lot to learn here.
Am I safe to say that the Dead in 65-67 were really changing thier setlist, "searching for the sound" so to speak and that by 1968 had pretty much settled into what we all would come to know as early Dead?
I love this early stuff. I've always been facinated with eary psychadelia sinc I was a wee lad, it's a shame cause I was seriously born 15 years to late.(64)
To take old roots music, blues and Americana and turn it into music that kids could dance to is genius I tells ya genius, Thank you Long Live the Dead !

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